TCS3200 RGB Color Sensor For Arduino is a complete color detector, including a TAOS TCS3200 RGB sensor chip and 4 white LEDs. The TCS3200 can detect and measure a nearly limitless range of visible colors. Applications include test strip reading, sorting by color, ambient light sensing and calibration, and color matching, to name just a few.
Don’t leave your next physical computing project stranded in a world of black and white! This color sensor module can detect the color of an object and report it back to your processor for applications like color sorting. The great thing about this board is its simplicity to get it up and running. This sensor gives you separate digital outputs for red, green, and blue channels.
If you’ve had ideas for a project that depends on the ability to sense different spectrums of visible light and react based on those measurements, the TCS3200 Color Sensor may be just what you need. The TCS3200 Color Sensor board makes it very easy to sense and record the light intensity of the general red, green, and blue spectrums of visible light while rejecting IR from light sources. You can then use these color sensor readings for the purposes of logging and finding patterns, or creatively calculate and make control decisions in your electronic projects.
The TCS3200 GBB Color Sensor For Arduino has an array of photo detectors, each with either a red, green, or blue filter, or no filter (clear). The filters of each color are distributed evenly throughout the array to eliminate location bias among the colors. Internal to the device is an oscillator which produces a square-wave output whose frequency is proportional to the intensity of the chosen color.